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Well, I was in such a hurry to get the chickens and their pooh outside, I didn't take many photos of the last few steps. If you have any questions, you are more than welcome to ask away!!
Thanks again everyone for your wonderful comments!!
Amazing! I'm signing on to see how this all turns out. I love it so far! cute, cute, cute!
Bikerchicky, my nest thoughts were of a Zen Garden inspired Pagoda! Go ahead peeps and have fun with that idea!
This is awesome! Love it!
You inspire me to build something great for my girls......this winter. Right now I just want to get a safe pen setup.
Thanks twocrowsranch! It has been pretty fun! Thank you raygirl4386!
love it very cute!
What a cute little coop!! Looks like a lot of fun to build.
THANKS GUYS!!! Can't wait to get the garage back and the coop OUT!
Y'all got some good skilz. Nice Job!!!!!!
WESOME!!!!! That is so great.
I can't argue with you ChemicalchiCkns! I would add a great miter saw :0) The curved doors weren't nearly as hard as they look. I seriously tied one end of a string to a thumb tack and the other to a pencil, push the pin in my center and voile! instant half circle, no painful measuring!
This discovers great Skill and Application
Thank you RainMom!
OK, so I giggled when I read your post, because I am guilty! There are 15sqft + 5sqft (or so) for the nesting boxes. I will have 8 chicks (6 if anyone asks!) where I'm only allowed 6. So if I narrow it down to 4sqft/chicken and add in the nest box space, I'm over by 3 chickens! They will be allowed out in the yard daily, since someone is always home (and could hide two chickens, if needed). I also read that 4 chickens/nest box, so I hope to be good there. Oh, and it's pretty tall, so I plan to angle the tree branch upward to utilize all the floor space I can.
that's super fancy! How many hens do you think it will fit?